Hotel Hill House
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... house where he used to live. We both really like his work and it was a nice stroll in a suburban area of Medellin. To get to our next destination we got an introduction to the bus system of Colombia. All very well organized and there are different types of buses from the regular big bus to a minibus or even a taxi kind of bus. Some with wifi service and we even had one with a personal video system! There are also lots of companies that want you on their bus. So on a main route ...
... and Magdalena river valleys (to the west and east respectively) and including the cities of Medellín, Manizales, Pereira and Armenia; and the Cordillera Oriental, extending north east to the Guajira Peninsula and including Bogotá, Bucaramanga and Cúcuta.East of the Andes lies the savanna of the Llanos, part of the Orinoco ...
... altitude. I was just putting it down to being severely unfit but glad it wasnt just that haha I got short of breath just bending over to pack my bag!! Bolivia is going to be a real test for that.
We had planned to go up to the Monesterre which is a 2.8km hike or cable car up above Bogota, so good views of Bogota. But by the time the tour ended it was getting late, dark and started to rain so had to miss this.
... security guard Carlos. While this was frustrating because it limited our freedom to explore, it was much appreciated as the La Candeleria neighborhood is still dangerous at night, though it is much improved from what it once was (aka there are no longer hostel stormings where hostages are taken until all valuables are sacked). We had dinner at Gato Gris and enjoyed the live music. Afterwards, we had a beer nearby, where we were very obviously gringas, and soon ...
... he even painted with!
My favorite artist on the tour is named "Pez", or "Fish". We saw his work several times during the walk. The reason why I like him so much is because he paints happy cartoons instead of serious things like death and politics. His signature cartoon is a happy fish with big eyes and teeth. At the end of the tour, I felt envious of all the artistic freedom in Bogotá, and I wish graffiti were legal in the United States.